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y The Autumn Castle Kim Wilkins , Pymble : HarperCollins , 2003 Z1023809 2003 single work novel fantasy

'The first of a suite of novels inspired by the ancient myths of Northern Europe. Berlin in autumn: Christine Starlight is living in an artist's colony in the crumbling urban shadows of the old east. Her lover Jude is a painter whose patience and beauty have eased her long battle with chronic pain, but Christine begins to be haunted by recollections of her childhood, of a little girl's disappearance and the flapping of a blackbird's wings. Then her life is rocked by the return of her childhood friend - a crimson-haired beauty who presides over a land where a witch lives in a well, a wolf is the queen's counsellor, and fate turns on the fall of an autumn leaf. As Christine grows addicted to Mayfridh's faery world, where mortals feel no pain, so Mayfridh grows addicted to Christine's, and falls deeply and dangerously in love with Jude. But while jealousies, betrayals and secrets begin to unpick the threads of their lives, they are unaware of the ghastly threat which stalks them: the cruel and brilliant billionaire Immanuel Z, who is hunting faery bones for a grand sculpture.'

Source: Publisher's website www.voyageronline.com.au (Sighted 21/4/10)

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y Giants of the Frost Kim Wilkins , Pymble : HarperCollins , 2004 Z1121009 2004 single work novel fantasy Victoria Scott, scientist and hardened sceptic, accepts a job at an isolated weather station in the Norwegian Sea. But there are shadows outside her cabin window, rumours about a hag that visits in nightmares, and disturbing sense of familiarity in the deep, haunted forest: almost as if she has a connection with the island and its past. (Libraries Australia record).
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y Rosa and the Veil of Gold Kim Wilkins , Pymble : HarperCollins , 2005 Z1217530 2005 single work novel fantasy

When an ancient golden bear is found walled up in a dilapidated St Petersburg bathhouse, researcher Daniel St Clare and his frosty colleague Em Hayward set out for Arkhanelsk to verify its age. But in the deep of night they are mysteriously set adrift. Lost and exhausted, they turn north, sinking ever deeper into the secrets and terrors of the Russian landscape. Daniel's lost love, the wild and beautiful Rosa Kovalenka, knows the only way to save him is to outwit the haunted Chenchikov family. But their home, deep in unknowable, impenetrable forests, is a shadowy tangle of grief, desire and treachery. Only Papa Grigory, full of tales and riddles of times past, seems to have the knowledge they need...But will he destroy them all in order for his world to survive? - from Libraries Australia catalogue entry (Pymble, 2005 imprint).

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With All Due Respect Sharon Dunne , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Writing Queensland , September no. 211 2011; (p. 6-7)
'How can a writer write from a perspective outside of their cultural experience, and do it well? Should you write Indigenous stories if you are not of that indigenous culture? Should you appropriate minority groups' experiences if you're not of that minority group? Sharon Dunne investigates.' (p. 6)
S.F. Files Jason Nahrung , 2005 single work column
— Appears in: The Courier-Mail , 10 - 11 September 2005; (p. 6)
S.F. Files Jason Nahrung , 2005 single work column
— Appears in: The Courier-Mail , 10 - 11 September 2005; (p. 6)
With All Due Respect Sharon Dunne , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Writing Queensland , September no. 211 2011; (p. 6-7)
'How can a writer write from a perspective outside of their cultural experience, and do it well? Should you write Indigenous stories if you are not of that indigenous culture? Should you appropriate minority groups' experiences if you're not of that minority group? Sharon Dunne investigates.' (p. 6)
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